1-2-3

a board book by Maja-Lisa Kehlet

1-2-3 is a board book without for babies and toddlers with Greenlandic illustrations.

Nipilersorta!

illustrated piano book by Naja Rosing-Asvid

This creative sing-and-play-book Nipilersorta! by Naja Rosing-Asvid is more than just a book. It is an educative toy that give the children a learning experience – without them ever noticing. It is fun!

Månemanden og andre fortællinger fra Grønland

myths and stories from the traditional Greenland retold by Gunvor Bjerre, illustrated by Miki Jacobsen

In the old myths and stories from the traditional Greenlandic culture we meet talking animals, sometimes disguised as humans, and men, sailing around the world in a tiny kayak – trying to escape from the Land of the Dead. In this book, Gunvor Bjerre has selected 35 stories with animals and children as central themes, and retold them in a modern language – suitable for children as well as adults.

Kaassassuk

picture book with beloved Greenlandic myth

Kaassassuk is one of the most well-known and loved of the the Greelandic sagas. This book is one of series of four, all of which are retold in richly-illustrated books for children.

Arfeq nattoralillu niviarsiarannguillu marluk

picture book with beloved Greenlandic myth

Two small girls are playing house at the edge of the water when they are kidnapped by a whale and an eagle. How will they be rescued back to their family? This book is one of series of four, all of which are retold in richly-illustrated books for children.

Anngannguujuk

picture book with beloved Greenlandic myth

Angannguujuk often sits in the hall playing but, one day, his mother cannot find him anywhere. When his father comes home from hunting he is furious. He goes to a shaman, who tells him that the boy has been kidnapped by the inland people. This book is one of series of four, all of which are retold in richly-illustrated books for children.

Sassuma Arnaanut pulaarneq

picture book with beloved Greenlandic myth

The Mother of the Sea plays a major role in the sagas of Greenland. She often appears as both generous and cruel. This book is one of series of four, all of which are retold in richly-illustrated books for children.

Ataata isertitsivimmiippoq

children’s book with therapeutic aim by Amalia Lynge Pedersen

The book is a part of a series of five books meant for conversations between adult and child; as a catalyst for dialogue about the harder things in life. In Ataata isertitsivimmiippoq dad is in jail.

Uangaana / Min bog

a scrapbook for the newborn

A classic: The scrapbook for you to remember everything about your child – from the first sign of life, to the birth and baby’s first steps. Greenlandic adapted illustrations by Nina Spore Kreutzmann.

Aqipi – at the Summer Camp

children’s book written and illustrated by Naja Rosing-Asvid

Aqipi is called by his shaman. When he arrives from the Spirit World he discovers that everything looks different – it’s summer.

Aima qaa schHh!

assinik atuakkiaq Bolatta Silis-Høeghimit
Aima qaa schHh!-mi Aima suli qiimasorujussuuvoq takorluuillaqqissuullunilu. Aima sininnaveerpoq. Sinililiivissorlu Mannarsi Pandetage Isbo Sodavagn Chokolarsen aggertarpoq aliikkusersortarlugulu Aima, aqaguani qasoqqatittarlugu. Anaanaa ataataalu uumisulerput Aimalu naveerlugu, uffa Manna pisuusoq.

Aima shush!

children’s book by Bolatta Silis-Hoegh

Aima meets Manna, an invisible child, who entertains Aima all night long. This keeps both Aima and her parents awake at night.

Qalipatassat iliuusitallit/Malebog

Qalipatassat iliuusitallit Paarma Olsvig Brandtimit aammalu Sebastian Reidingimit assiliartalersorneqartut

Qalipatassat iliuusitallit tassapput meeqqat qalipassinnaasaat, piumasaminnik saniatigut ilaartorlugilluunniit titartaafigisinnaasaat

Aqipi – The Tiny Spirit Helper

illustrated children’s book by Naja Rosing-Asvid

Aqipi is the spirit helper of a Greenlandic shaman. He is sent a couple of days into the future to do a weather forecast for the upcoming hunt. Aqipi plays with a raven that sends him spinning into the future, where he wakes up at a modern museum of Greenlandic history and culture.

Anaana ataatalu aalakooraangata

therapeutic children’s book by Amalia Lynge Pedersen, illustrated by Christian Fleischer Rex

Malik and Ulorna’s parents drink too much with great consequence to Malik and Ulorna who become socially isolated.

Suluup aataava toqummat

therapeutic children’s book by Amalia Lynge Pedersen, illustrated by Christian Fleischer Rex

Suluuk’s grandfather dies. The family mourns, but how to talk about it?